c.1900-1904 / Platinum print / Image: 8 1/4″x6 1/4″ / Smithsonian American Art Museum, DC
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Because her photographic activity was not reported in Selma newspapers and was completely unknown outside her family at her death, her images were apparently not intended to influence Alabamians’ ideas about race and culture. Instead, they are most appropriately viewed as Keipp’s personal appreciation of rural and small-town Alabama life and a means of artistic and perhaps social discovery.
~Encyclopedia of Alabama